Monthly Archive for September, 2011

Mayflex Partners with Veracity

Mayflex, the distributor of converged IP solutions, announces a new partnership with Veracity, the leader in connectivity and transmission solutions for IP Video.

This new partnership, which begins 1st September 2011, sees Mayflex appointed as a master distributor Continue reading...


Solenoid electric bolts from Alpro Architectural Hardware are being used as part of a PAC integrated access control system at the Sheffield headquarters of Capita Group, the UK’s leading outsourcing company.
The solenoid bolt is simplifying door alignment for the client since judicious positioning of magnets ensures that bolt and aperture line up correctly prior to the locking bolt being thrown. Continue reading...

Samsung SRD series DVRs and SVS Hard Disk Expansion Units upgraded to take 2TB Hard Disk Drives

All DVRs in the Samsung H.264 SRD series have been upgraded to provide compatibility with the recently introduced selected 2TB hard disk drives manufactured by Seagate and Western Digital. For models featuring built-in DVD drives this allows up to 8TB of onboard storage and up to a massive 10TB for models without built-in DVD drives. Continue reading...

Olympic Stadium in Berlin chooses Dallmeier Panomera multi-sensor system

The Olympic Stadium in Berlin is relying on state-of-the-art video technology: Dallmeier’s world premier “Panomera” is now ensuring top security at the five-star arena.

The Olympic Stadium in Berlin can seat more than 74,000 spectators for football matches, track and field events or concerts. At the venue, the Panomera multi-sensor camera system not only provides a comprehensive overview, but also shows details at great distances in unprecedented resolution. Continue reading...


Skyguard International creates instant back-up across 36 countries
Emergency response specialist Skyguard has today launched the first-ever personal emergency service for British travellers and lone workers abroad.

Skyguard International ( gives travellers the power to summon help at the press of a button if they find themselves in trouble overseas. Initially the service is live across 34 European countries, the Russian Federation and South Africa. Continue reading...

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